Vishwa Bharati Public School

Events of the Year 2017-18

ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR TEACHERS – The new session commenced for the teachers on 1st of April 2017. The Secretary and Principal of the school thanked everyone for the culmination of a fruitful session and welcomed them to the new session. The new teachers were oriented to the school system and an orientation booklet with all resources, expectations, schedule, rules and procedures was handed to each member.

NEW SESSION COMMENCES – The new session 2017-18 commenced for the students on 3rd April 2017. There was an air of cheerfulness and exuberance in the school with teachers welcoming pre-primary children with goodies. The senior students were seen greeting each other with smiles while the new entrants who felt themselves curious in the hustle and bustle were assigned buddies. Effort was made to make this day a happy one for all.


Investiture Ceremony was held at Vishwa Bharati Public School, Gr. Noida on 4th April 2017 with much fanfare. The Ceremony commenced with cultural programme by students with prayer and motivational songs which was very well received by the audience. The newly selected members of the Students Council ascended the dais with great aplomb and were presented sashes along with school and house flags. The Oath was administered to the Student Council by the Principal. The Head Boy Tejas Deepak Amle and the Head Girl Sakshi Singh in a confident speech assured that they would carry out their tasks with integrity and diligence.

The 14th Foundation Day of the school was observed on 7th April 2017 with devout enthusiasm by the students, parents, staff and School Secretary. The programme commenced with a Vedic Hawan which was followed by Aarti and devotional songs sung with great devotional fervour by the students. The highlights of the programme was a discourse by Prabhu Jai Narayan Das of ISKON,

Noida on 'Developing True Leadership Qualities through Bhagwad Gita'. In his address he emphasized the importance of drawing lessons from Bhagwad Gita for inculcating the right values in the students and urged them to abide by these values in their interaction with outside world to lead a fruitful, complete and wholesome life. Prabhu Jai Narayan Das called upon the audience especially the students to contribute their might towards building a just and meaningful society.

ANNUAL DAY- On 18th April 2017 school celebrated Annual Day- ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam –One World One Dream’ and gave the message of universal brotherhood. Cultural diversity of the world unfolded on the stage and enthralled the audience. The Chief Guest on the occasion was the District Inspector of Schools Mr Bheem Singh and Guest of Honour was the Para-Olympics medalist Mr. Varun Bhati. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp by the guests, followed by the auspicious invocation of the Almighty. Principal presented the annual school report. The programme in all its magnificence, luster and iridescence revived the spirit of Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam.

The stage came alive with Russian ballet dancers twirling gracefully; followed by the formidable Mongols swaying to the melodious tunes; The Japanese fan dance; The flamboyant Rio Carnival; Taekwondo to Gangnam style from Korea; The African Lion Safari, The giant Chinese dragon rising from its slumber and the Bodhisattva dance left all awe-struck; The Pharaohs walking out from their pyramids astounded everyone with their Egyptian swag. The kaleidoscopic bonanza ended on a solemn note of ‘One world one dream’. The programme culminated with a high-pitched, high-energy rendition of National Song ‘Vande Matram’. Also present on the occasion were School General Secretary Dr V K Ganju, Mr R K Hak Financial Controller, Dr Saroj Koul member academic committee, Ms Rashmi Kakroo Principal Vishwa Bharati, Noida.

EARTHQUAKE EVACUATION DRILL- A drill on Earthquake Evacuation was carried out in the school on 27th April 2017 to train students and teachers and to test the various elements of our emergency response plan. This drill was part of the larger exercise carried out simultaneously in 101 schools of Gautam Budh Nagar. Our region falls under precarious seismic zone IV and so it is imperative that we stay prepared. Earthquake drills and exercises are an extremely important part of our preparedness plan because they teach students and staff how to respond to the complications of an actual earthquake; and help us evaluate how well all parts of our emergency plan work together. Mr Manas Kumar from National Disaster Response Force guided the school through the drill. The whole school was evacuated in 1 min. 30 seconds and the school now feels better prepared to handle any contingencies.

WATER PLAY FOR PRE PRIMARY - It’s summer-time and it’s hot! Since we believe we should get our kids outside every day, toddlers of pre primary reveled in the water play to beat the heat on the sunny sweaty morning today. Children enjoyed with some good old-fashioned backyard fun with water. They hopped around the sprinklers, splashed in the puddles, danced in the drizzle and dodged and braved the hose pipe. The activity kept the kids cool, refreshed and entertained all day.

VISIT TO THE NATIONAL MUSEUM- Vishwa Bharati aims at educating children through live experiences. Its curriculum is not confined to books and campus only. The school periodically organizes various educational trips and excursions for the students. In this series, the students of classes XI and XII visited The National Museum on 28th and 29th April 2017. The National Museum in New Delhi, also known as the National Museum of India, is one of the largest museums in India. Established in 1949, it holds variety of articles ranging from pre-historic era to modern works of art. This visit was a humbling learning experience for the students.


On 2nd May 2017, our students had the good fortune to meet and interview the legendary Super Cop Director General of Police(retd ) Shri K P S Gill who is best known for rooting out terrorism from the border state of Punjab. A thorough gentleman, a legendary super cop, a persona so inspiring, a proud lion in spite of his frail health, he graciously condescended to speak to our students and was extremely motivating to them. He had insisted that we meet him the very next day as he said he wouldn't be available for next several months. Minutes before he spoke to our students he underwent the dialysis procedure in the adjoining room. We are so very grateful to him for giving us time even in the middle of his physical pain. On that momentous day, our students Tejas Amle and Yuthika Sharma delved into his childhood days and asked questions ranging from Kashmir to Punjab, from hockey to cricket. Children came back overawed by the aura of this inspirational personality. Incidentally, it turned out to be his last ever interview with school kids as he left for his heavenly abode on 26th May 2017. Shri K P S Gill will forever live in their memory as they said - Rest in peace, the paramount cop!

A friendly soccer match was organized on 6th May 2017 with the team of Rameesh School, Greater Noida. The purpose was to give warming up experience and exposure to our players. It was also a sort of a training to find 'the form' and raise the tempo of our players. Coaches experimented with tactics and tried out new players during this friendly match.

Students of classes 3rd to 5th competed with each other at the Story Enactment Competition held on 12/05/17. The winners were class V A who dramatised the story on Mother Earth. V B was in second position and class III A in third position.

Mother’s Appreciation Day was dedicated to the most important person in a child’s life, his/her mother. This event was a prelude to the Mother’s Day. Mothers of kids from playgroup to class 1st, took time out to celebrate the day with their little ones. The talent show MY MOM AND ME, which was a beautiful blend of music, dance, culture and drama, reflected the strong bonds between children and their mothers. It was the kids’ way of showing their gratitude and respect to their lifelines - their ‘Mothers’.

On 17th May, Best out of Waste Competition was organized. Following the mantra of reduce-reuse-recycle, students of Class VI-VIII unleashed their creativity and turned trash to treasure.


Two weeks filled with excitement and edutainment were set in motion as Summer Fiesta was inaugurated on May 18th 2017. The objective of the camp was to provide meaningful engagement to the children during the hot summer break. Open for classes Playgroup to VIII, the fiesta offered a variety of activities to choose from. Games & Sports, Public speaking, Creative Writing, Yoga, Skating, Cooking, Handicraft, Music and Dance, Calligraphy and Dramatics were some of the activities offered to the student. The programme was inaugurated with the Lighting of the Lamp amidst the chanting of the mantras followed by a performance by the School Band. The corridors echoed with ebullient chatters. The students were excited to go to their respective activities and learn new things. It was indeed a delight to see the children at their creative best - enjoying the fun-filled learning experience.


To help our Industrious Gurus’ unwind before the summer break there was an art therapy session on 18th May 2017 of the teachers, by the teachers, for the teachers. Indulging in creative art work is known to provide vent to pent-up emotions, creates insight, enriches daily life and achieves an increased sense of well-being. This bout of creativity found the hall resounding with light-hearted humour and mirth and left everyone feeling relaxed.


To beat the heat on the sunny sweaty morning of 27th and 28th May, Water-play was organized for all the participants of summer camp. Children enjoyed with some good old-fashioned backyard fun with water. They hopped around the sprinklers, splashed in the puddles, danced in the drizzle and dodged and braved the hose pipe. The activity kept the kids cool, refreshed and entertained all day.

CBSE Class XII Examination result was declared on 28th May 2017. Our Vishwabharatians gave us a proud moment.
School Topper ¬-Soumya Srivastava scored 97 %
Followed by- Shivani Sharma 92.6% ; Kunal Sahni 92.2%; Prithvi Singh 91.4 %
Subject toppers -
English Soumya Srivastava 95 %
Physics Soumya Srivastava 98 %
Chemistry Soumya Srivastava 96 %
Biology Shivani Sharma 99%
Mathematics Soumya Srivastava 97%
Accountancy Sachin Chauhan 87%
Business Studies Kirti Mishra 96%
Economics Kirti Mishra 95%
Physical Education Mayank Sharma 92%
Computer Science Soumya Srivastava 99%
Web Technology Anupreksha Singh and Sachin Chauhan 84%
Fine Arts Ananya Poun 94%
Hindustani Music( Instr)Prateek Bharadwaj 100%


On 28th May the Cricket team of Vishwa Bharati Public School played a ’friendly cricket match’ with Chilla Sports Club Delhi. Children were given greater exposure, experience and insight in more matches in this series with other teams from Aster School, Ursuline Convent, Rameesh School etc.


"The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they, while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night." The school felicitated its proud academic achievers at a high decibel Felicitation Ceremony on 31st May 2017. The meritorious students were awarded with citation and certification by the management. Their juniors presented a cultural potpourri of music, dance, drama and elocution to celebrate the big day.


The final day of the Summer Camp at Vishwa Bharati Public School Greater Noida, started on a high spirited note. It was the culmination of a fortnight long camp that was buzzing with activities like dancing, singing, acting, art, craft, public speaking, creative writing and different sports and games.

The Culmination Fiesta began with a mesmerizing musical presentation by the school band. The ensuing presentations included a bone-defying yoga performance, an exhilarating choir, a dramatic rhetoric, a graceful Odissi rendition, impressive jazz dance, an eloquent declamation and a scintillating western dance. At different venues spread all over the school campus, the children showcased the essence of their learning and enthralled the visitors with their dexterity and creativity. Exhibition cricket and football matches were presented for the benefit of the guests. A diverse display of visual art forms that included art and craft was also arranged. The Fiesta was the school’s efforts towards providing a platform to the students to explore their creative interests.


On 1st July 2017, the teachers participated enthusiastically in professesional development seminar on the topic 'Innovative Methodology for Effective Teaching '. Innovative ways of engaging students were demonstrated in lessons shared by the teachers. Interesting paper presentation event gave us greater insight and introduced many new innovative and effective practices used by our teachers.


"We never know the love of a parent till we become parents ourselves." - Henry Ward Beecher.
Parenting is a very challenging task that affects eternity. Today's workshop (15-07-2017) on 'Effective Parenting' discussed unique 'Principles for Conscious Parenting' that are sure to guide our parents of pre primary and primary sections to face any parenting challenge. Workshop Resource Person. Mr.Sabrish Kumar helped parents deepen their connection with their children and foster in them self-love, responsibility, resilience and self-esteem.


‘Language is the mirror of the soul, a reflection of life into which thoughts run and out of which they grow’.

School organized Story Telling Competition on 15-07-2017 for classes LKG to VIII, to enhance the speaking skills of the children. The creative caliber of the young and budding story tellers with note worthy speaking skills was evident as they got the opportunity to showcase their talent. They narrated stories from Indian mythology using props and gestures, various human values were highlighted through stories. The competition was full of fun and learning.
Results - in category A - Aradhya Goswami (class 1st) ,Rudrapratap Singh (class 1st) stood first, Pragyan Chowdhary (SKG), Rudresh Diwedi (class 1st) stood second and Saranya Tyagi (LKG) stood third in the competition.
In category B - Angel Sharma(class4th) stood first, Arayadev Diwedi (class 3rd B) stood second and Kratika Jain (class 2nd), Ishan Ali (class 2nd) stood third
While in category C - Nimisha Rathour (class 7th A) stood first,Pratiksha Mallick Class 5th A), Ananya Singh class 6th B), Shivam Gupta (class 7th B), stood second and Sriyansh Nigam (class 5th B), Akansha Yadav (class 6th B) stood third.


Theatre-in-Education workshop was conducted today by the Principal Dr Bhavana Kulshrestha. The programme built on improvisational theatre techniques that could be used by educators to engage their students in the learning process. It helped our teachers to creatively integrate writing and performing arts into their content area of teaching. This was a unique effort to build synergy between classroom education and theatrical concepts. This process oriented learning is also an excellent way of teaching social and life skills such as interpersonal communication, team-building, creative problem solving, leadership, critical thinking, group decision-making and self expression.


Vishwabharatians were privileged to be invited by Network 18, for participation in the debate 'Alarm Bajne Se Pehle Jaago Re'. The topic of debate was 'Gender sensitivity: The first step towards women safety'. 20 of our students along with their teachers attended the event at Hotel Radisson Blu Noida. It is hoped that a discussion on this issue, would go a long way in changing the mindset of the society for a better India. It was a thought provoking experience for our participants. The show will subsequently air on CNN-News 18 and News 18 India.


Little kids of grades LKG to II could hardly help drooling as they took their walk through the biscuit factory -Surya Food & Agro Ltd at Surajpur. Tempting aroma of biscuits being baked, sailed through the air and also gave our little ones a lesson in self control. The overwhelmed children learnt how biscuits are produced at an industrial scale. Each child came back with knowledge in his head, gratitude in his heart, a smile on his lips and two packets of biscuits in his hands.


“Our talents are the gift that God gives to us... What we make of our talents is our gift back to God” ― Leo Buscaglia
The kids of classes.5th & 6th proudly showcased their unique talents before their cheering peers and felt a sense of accomplishment.
Achievers of this Talent Show-----
1st position----- Natasha Talukdar (5th A), Avika Soni (5th B).
2nd position -----Pranshita Sharma (6thB)
3rd position -----Dimple Singh(5th A), Madhur Goel (6th B).



A Career Guidance session was organized today for the students of classes XI and XII, to enable them to explore viable education and career options through the provision of accurate and comprehensive information. The objective was also to inculcate an appreciation for the value of all occupations and how they contribute to the well-functioning of society. Picking a career usually, comes after picking a course. If a student doesn’t pick the right course, it would inadvertently affect their career choice. Therefore, to find the right career, there needs to be an understanding of what course to take and if capabilities match interests. Mr. Kapil Bhalla from a local maritime institute spoke to the students about the career opportunities with Merchant Navy. Counselors Mr Govind Mann and Mr Ramanuj Mishra spoke about different career options in general and career in Law in particular. It is hoped that today’s session shall go a long way in equipping students with the necessary knowledge, skills and values to make informed decisions at each key stage for successful transition from school to higher education or work, and hence to manage their career pathways and lifelong learning.


Children of pre primary came dressed in Green for the special day. They learnt about the concept of colour GREEN , they planted seeds, they enjoyed green fruit salad, they did green palm printing, They came to know many things related to mother nature and learnt how plants are important for us.


For the purpose of protection, conservation and promotion of tangible and intangible heritage, VIRASAT THE HERITAGE EXHIBITION was organised by school. Pavilions from the states of Assam, Gujarat, Kashmir, Manipur, Karnataka etc. Presented India at a glance. ramp walk showcasing sartorial heritage from different states was the show stealer. Dance and musical heritage from the states of Orissa, Haryana, Punjab, Kashmir took the ambience to the next level of liveliness. Parents too participated wholeheartedly by presenting folk songs from their native states. Delectable cuisine from different parts of the country brought spot light on traditional recipes. Heritage Exhibition was an occasion to reach out to children of the school to ingrain in them the values of preservation of heritage.


Head injury is one of the most devastating types of injury, and it results in varying degrees of health hazards. Bakson Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Greater Noida, organised Health Awareness Programme for - First Aid & management after Head injury. The best way to treat this situation is Prevention of Head injury by making everybody aware of what happens when head injury occurs. To address this issue students of classes 11th and 12th were sensitized so that they become conscious , aware ,responsible and helpful individuals .


Gearing up to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Indian Independence, students of the middle school presented melodies in honour of the motherland.

Results -

First - Class - 8B, 7B
Second - Class - 8A, 7A
Third - Class- 6A, 6B

School celebrated Janmashthami with the staging of adorable Krishna Lila. The bhajans were sung en masse. Toddlers dressed up as little kanhas and gopis. Students of classes II and III, through their special assembly, brought alive the episodes of Nandotsava, Makhanchori, Dahi handi and Kalia-mardan. A little tableau was also presented in the school reception.

Happy Janmashthami to all !


School celebrated with fervour, the 70th Anniversary of India’s Independence. Flag hoisting was followed by National Anthem and release of tricolour balloons signifying the flight of freedom. Songs, dances, message of Swachch Bharat, recitation, speech, mass drill marked this momentous occasion. The little ones of pre primary, dressed as the national leaders and vowed to follow in the footsteps of the great visionaries. The day reached its culmination with Vande Matram, offering salutation to the motherland.

School wishes Happy Independence Day to all!


Students of class 9th along with their teachers, were delighted to be given once in a lifetime opportunity, of visiting the Parliament House. This educational trip was meant to give our students an understanding of the legislature of the country. The students visited the iconic Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and the Central Hall


An interactive talk was organised for the students of class 3rd, 4th, 5th & 7th on the topic 'Me and my Community'. The speaker was Mr. Kuldeep Malik, an educationist and a social activist who has espoused the nobel cause of sensitising the society. Some of the topics taken up were - yoga, health, environment & road traffic. Children enjoyed this edutainment session thoroughly.

Vishwa Bharati Public School Greater Noida observed National Sports Day on August 29th and paid homage to the iconic hockey wizard, Major Dhyan Chand. Students and their teachers paid a floral tribute to the great sporting legend and vowed to work towards bringing India on the world Olympics firmament. The chief guest - Mr. Harbir Singh who is a National medalist in wrestling, inspired the young sports persons and told them that August 29, 1905 was the day when India’s most successful hockey player of all times was born in Allahabad. Sports Captain Akshay Kumar led the sportsmanship oath and a melodious song was sung by a group of students emphasising team spirit. Students of pre primary through senior school participated in various sporting competitions. Entertaining drills and dances were also performed. The toddlers enjoyed themselves at rabbit race, frog race, Jalebi race and the likes while their seniors earnestly gave in their best at 100 metre, 400 metre, javelin, shot put, relay race, hurdles etc.


One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” ― Malala Yousafzai In honour of the loving teachers who changed their world, students manifested their respect through various forms of expression. Some made adorable cards, while others brought fragrant fresh flowers while still others presented music, dance and drama. A solo folk dance competition for middle school was also organised on this occasion. Results - First- Pranshita Sharma 6thB Second - Nimisha Rathore 8thA Third- Gunjan Singh 6thB



School organized a Street Play for promoting Gender Sensitivity amongst the students of classes 6th to 12th. The street play titled Dastak by Sukhmanch Theatre Group, brought spot light on the sensitive issue of gender equality and dignity for women. The school believes that ensuring gender equality is one of the first steps towards a safer society. In the face of the rampant gender discrimination, a huge part of this lies in how we sensitize our young boys and girls. Staggering statistics showing high incidence of sexual violence, kidnappings and abductions, dowry deaths and incidents of domestic cruelty make it imperative that gender sensitivity be taught at school. Film and theatre artist Shilpi Marwaha interacted with the children and broached the delicate topic in a thought provoking way. Ms Marwah said that the primary objective of performing street play is to create a sense of awareness in the society we live in. Significant issues related directly to the society, are forcefully depicted through the medium of street play. This was also an occasion to acquaint children to the genre of Street Play which is an emphatic form of theatrical performance and presentation in outdoor spaces. Through catchy dialogues, attractive slogans, and powerful dramatic elements which were carried out along with music and dance - the powerful message of gender equality was given. It is hoped that a street play on the issue of gender sensitivity, would go a long way in changing the mindset of the society for building a better India.


To sensitize the little ones of Nursery to class 3rd, an Interactive talk was organised to discuss the importance of hand hygiene. Hand washing and good hygiene practices have been highlighted as a very important method in reducing the possible spread of infection. Faculty and pharmacy students from Lloyd Institute, taught good hand washing techniques through an in-class demonstration.


To learn expert handling of the new ICT apparatus installed in the classrooms, a training programme was conducted for the teachers. The resource person was Nikhil Arya This was in keeping with the Digital India campaign which is aimed at creating a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy through a gamut of programmes and agencies. With this paradigm shift in governance, it is imperative that our classrooms jettison the obsolete techniques and realign to the changed scenario. This is the future of education where knowledge is accessible to anyone-anytime-anywhere, where real world problems are brought into the classroom, where there are more opportunities for reflection, revision and response, where local and global virtual communities are built to furtherb learning and where there is equity and level playing field for all. It will be a world of immense possibilities.


हिन्दी दिवस.

है भव्य भारत ही हमारी मातृभूमि हरी-भरी।
हिंदी हमारी राष्ट्रभाषा और लिपि है नागरी।।

विश्व भारती पब्लिक स्कूल ग्रेटर नोएडा में 14 सितंबर को हिंदी दिवस बड़े हर्षोल्लास के साथ मनाया गया। हिन्दी दिवस के अवसर पर स्कूल में साहित्यिक संगोष्ठी का आयोजन किया गया। जिसमें शिक्षक वृंद ने कविता वाचन और कहानी वाचन को प्रस्तुत किया। इस कार्यक्रम के मुख्य अतिथि जस्सिटस आर.बी.शरमा (अध्यक्ष जिला उपभोक्ता अदालत,नोएडा) थे, जिन्होंने विद्यालय के इस प्रयास की सराहना करते हुए कहा कि हिंदी के विकास के लिए हमें हमेशा तत्पर रहना चाहिए। किसी ने हिंदी के महत्व को बताया तो किसी ने इसकी उपयोगिता को।इस संगोष्टी से सम्पूर्ण वातावरण हिंदीमय हो गया। हिंदी भाषा ने कई भाषा के शब्दों को ऐसे पचाया है जैसे इसकी विरासत हो । चीनी चाय चाकू रिक्शा मोटर रेल पेन कापी होटल अजब गजब हरज मरज मरीज फैन तमाम शब्द इसके विरासत बन चुके हैं । । आज यूनेस्को भी इसकी विराट विरासत की सत्ता स्वीकारने हेतु विवश है ।इसकी सबसे बड़ी विशेषता यही है कि इसे किसी भी भाषा से परहेज नही है ।
जय हिन्दी ।


School conducted an interactive talk for teachers on Science of Happiness, for happy teachers will make a happy school and happy children. The discussion was on how happiness can create positive changes in personal and professional lives through techniques researched out by psychologists. Resource Person was Dr Sandip Roy who is positive psychology writer, happiness science speaker, blogger and a medical doctor. School's goal was to encourage educators to find happy moments in each day, share them with friends, family and students and get inspired to do more of what makes them happier and then use this knowledge in service to humanity.


On 23rd September 2017 Vishwa Bharati Public School Greater Noida organized a Faculty Enrichment Event. The programme commenced with lighting of the lamp amidst Vedic Mantras. The Principal Dr. Bhavana Kulshreshtha gave a warm welcome to the judges Ms. Jyoti Tiwari and Ms. Pratibha Garg, Assistant Professors from Army Institute of Education. The theme of the Seminar was ‘Innovation in Education’. Educators from various units of Vishwa Bharati group participated enthusiastically in this professional development programme. Discussion thread was woven with the innovative ways of engaging students. Their presentation and records were of high standard and reflected their learning through diversity and honed analytical skills of academicians. Effective methods such as - experiential learning, project based learning, flipped classes, mind maps and multiple intelligences, were discussed. The participants enjoyed the entire session thoroughly and appreciated the exemplary efforts of the educators. Eminent guests present on the occasion were Shri J. L. Kaul, Vice President of VBWWI, Dr. Surinder Kaul, Secretary, VBPS Jammu, Mr M L Nakhasi Secretary VBPS Greater Noida, Mrs Rashmi
Principal VBPS Noida, Mrs Meenaksi Pathak
VBPS Ghaziabad.
Team from Vishwa Bharati, Dwarka(comprising of Oshin Pandita, Vaishali Rai , Bhavan Madan, Maya) was awarded the ‘Best Presenter’.
‘Best Paper in Creative and Innovative Thoughts’ was awarded to Dr. Meghna Bansal.
‘Best Innovative and Creative Ideator’ award went to –Team from Vishwa Bharati Noida(comprising of Isha Bindra, Monica Arya, Dr Meghna Bansal)








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